At last sustainability makes good business sense
It's time to stop throwing away money and valuable resources - we can no longer afford this waste
Hundreds of thousands of roadside items and the surrounding paving are simply thrown away year after year
It's time to put an end to damage and expensive maintenance, for good
You can reduce damage and waste resulting from damage to bollards and roadside items to ZERO for the next 100 years
You can reduce the consumption of valuable carbon resources (and the world's most dangerous material) to ZERO
You can reduce the cost of safety requirements, traffic management, damage to underground services and workplace injury to ZERO
Slide arrow to the right to see how simple it can be
There are only two options: make progress or make excuses
It really is a no-brainer. You can pay to dig up and replace the bollard and surrounding foundations over and over again for the next 100 years, or use the money for better things.
Unlike a Rolls Royce (that also lasts forever) ZERO WASTE Foundations come with a surprisingly small price tag, and
Put an end to waste
Put an end to consumption
Keep saving you money for the next 100 years
Saving thousands over the life of a development
Zero ongoing costs for next 100 years
Instead of paying for dial before you dig, getting specifications and necessary approvals from local authorities; traffic management; new concrete and paving supplies; workplace injury; damage to underground services; and waste disposal costs - damaged items are replaced in seconds from a standing positionand the ONLY cost is labour
FOR THE LIFE OF A DEVELOPMENT
Make the transition to financial sustainability
Developments very quickly become sustainable
80% of the workload results from the most vulnerable items (which represent around 20% of all items). These are first to be damaged (and repaired) and once repaired, there are zero repair costs for a massive 80% of your workload.
you continue saving for the next 100 years
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